Obit: Dimler, Henry (1885 - 1954)

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Dimler, Dusak, Moon, Kissling, Klauer, DeFilipps, Larva, Sitar, Bradek, Franke, Ulrich, Havlicek, Horehled, Mildebrath, Matuzsak, Nulton 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 16, 1954 

Dimler, Henry (23 August 1885 - 7 December 1954) 

Henry Dimler, 69, of Plainfield, died Tuesday, December 7, at St. Michaels Hospital in Stevens Point, which he entered a week before his death.  He had been ill with pneumonia. 

The body was brought to the Georgas Funeral Home on Thursday and services were held on Friday, December 10. The Rev. Virgil Nulton officiated.  Interment was in the Neillsville City Cemetery.  

Pallbearers were: Kurt Franke, Ernest Ulrich, Charles Havlicek, Joe Horehled, Herbert Mildebrath and William Matuzsak. 

Mr. Dimler formerly a farmer in the Town of Levis, was born August 23, 1885, at Neillsville.  He was married March 9, 1935, to Florence Dusak in Chicago.  Following his retirement about 10 years ago the family moved to Plainfield, Wis., to make their home. 

Surviving relatives are his wife and the following children: Gerald and Edward Dimler, Laura, Dorothy and Ella, all of Chicago (married names not known; they are children by a former marriage); six step-children: Mrs. Floyd (Evelyn) Moon, Emil Dusak, both of Milwaukee; Mrs. Ted (Mildred) Kissling, Neillsville; Mrs. Arnold (Eleanor) Klauer, Neillsville; Mrs. John (Grace) DeFilipps, Willard; Mrs. Mitchell (Alice) Larva, Chicago. 

Close relatives from out-of-town attending the services were: Mrs. Frances Dimler, Plainfield; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dimler, Readfield, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dimler and Janice Sitar, Chicago; Mrs. Floyd Moon and daughter, Diane, Milwaukee; Mrs. Mitchell Larva and daughter, Deanne, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John DeFilipps and Mrs. Frank Bradek, Willard; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dimler, Marshfield.  



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